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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/17/11 The Midterm In case you didn’t know, we have a midterm on Tuesday. This PowerPoint
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1/17/11 Making Major Scales The formula for a major scale is: Whole, Whole, Half, Whole, Whole, Whole, Half (W,W,H,W,W,W,H) Using the major scale formula and the graphic of the musical Alphabet, you can easily figure out the notes found in these five important keys. Start on the root note of each of these keys and write out the notes in each of these keys. C, G, D, A, and E, These are the most common guitar keys.
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1/17/11 Practice by filling out this worksheet. When you’re done, check your answers by comparing them to the answers on the next sheet.
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1/17/11 Answers
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Unformatted text preview: Turning scales into chords 1. The chords will be identified by the number of the scale tone they are built on. In other words. 2. The chord built on the first note of the scale will be called the I chord. Using a couple of simple rules, we can take this scale information and find the CHORDS THAT SOUND GOOD in each of the five keys 1/17/11 Scales for the five important keys (again) 1 (aka root) 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 C D E F G A B C G A B C D E F#G D E F#G A B C#D A B C#D E F# G#A 1/17/11 Chords for the five important keys I ii iii IV V vi vii I C Dm Em F G Am B C G Am Bm C D Em F# G D Em F#m G A Bm C# D A Bm C#m D E F#m G# A E F#m G#m A B 1/17/11 1/17/11...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2011 for the course MU 2310 taught by Professor Mazak during the Spring '10 term at Texas State.

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